Derby Copeland Provides $20.8 Million in Acquisition Loans for Two Buildings in Manhattan

by Channing Hamilton

NEW YORK CITY — Locally-based lending and investment company Derby Copeland Capital has provided two acquisition loans totaling $20.8 million for a pair of buildings in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The undisclosed borrower plans to use portions of the proceeds to fund capital improvements. In the first transaction, Derby Capital provided $17 million for a building comprising 31 units and ground-floor retail space in the East Village. In the second deal, the firm provided $3.8 million for a 20-unit building in Manhattan’s Rose Hill neighborhood.

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